Wednesday, March 9, 2022

IFMRS - International Food Marketing Research Symposium

 The IFMRS will be back in 2022

After a break of two years due to COVID, the IFMRS will be back in 2022!  Just as previous conferences, the 2022 IFMR Symposium is meant to serve as a forum for discussion and communication of food marketing research; and is a peer reviewed academic conference for food marketing articles and student papers.

  • Time: June 14-16, 2022
  • Place: San Antonio, Texas
  • Abstracts must maximum have a length of 5 pages, i.e. 12,000 characters (extended abstract)
  • 2022 proceedings will contain only extended abstracts, and only extended abstracts will be considered for best paper awards
  • Shorter abstracts are also welcome, and all abstracts will be considered for presentation
  • Deadline for submission is April 15
  • Participation fee is DKK 5240 per participant (approx. 800 $). This covers conference participation, breaks, lunches, welcome reception and closing dinner. 

Register and submit abstracts online at

The conference will open with a welcome reception on Tuesday, June 14 followed by two full days of conference programming on Wednesday and Thursday, closing with a reception on Thursday, June 16.

The conference takes place at the Menger Hotel in San Antonio, TX. Hotel booking can be made here:

Information on lodging, travelling and so forth can be found here 

Session topics may include but are not limited to: Consumer Behavior, Marketing Strategy, Agribusiness & Marketing, Pricing, Advertising / Promotion, Sustainability / Ethics, etc.

Partnering journals include Journal of Food Products Marketing, the Journal of International Food and Agribusiness Marketing as well as Economia Agro-Alimentare / Food Economy.

Graduate students are encouraged to submit their work. Certificates will be awarded for the best student and overall papers.

For further information, please send email to

The conference is organized by the MAPP Centre, Aarhus University, in cooperation with the Agribusiness, Food and Consumer Economic Research Centre, Texas A&M University and the Institute of Food Products Marketing, University of Tampa.

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